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Review: Master of None

The Aziz Ansari series Master of None, is back on Netflex!

If you watched the first season you will been familiar with Ansari's character Dev, a second generation American Indian who we follow as he navigates a career in acting as a minority, dating in NYC and managing the expectations of his immigrant parents. At the end of the last season we see him break up with his girlfriend, a relationship we witnessed develop from the start of the season from a one night stand, in to a friendship, then dating, and moving in with one another. Though after revealing his fear of commitment, Rachel (his girlfriend) decides that its for the best that they split and fulfill their dreams.

And that is where the new seasons begin, with Dev in a small Italian town pursuing his love of pasta by working as an apprentice for a small family business. Though this season is way better then the first! Its way funnier, edgier, and the agenda it pushes is stronger, bolder and way more in your face - I love i…

Film Review: Get Out


This weekend I finally went and saw the film Get Out.
I have been meaning to see it since it first got released. Late I know, but with all the fuss made about its story-line (especially from white liberals) I had to go see it while it was still at the cinema.

So, do I think its worth all the hype?
Well yeah kind of! Though I'm still trying to wrap my head around the ending. As I'm not sure if I was happy with the way the story-line concludes. Though despite this, I thought the film was bold, daring and a great new way to approach the subject of race through film. Get Out created an awesome build up of suspense, effectively used light comedic relief (in Chris' black TSA friend), and its story-line was a fun new twist to the old "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" cinematic narrative.

For me, Get Out was reminiscent of a Steven King adaptation but instead with the plot centering around race - I'm thinking Sleepwalkers, sans the shape-shifter…